The World Cup is about to kick off in just a few more days’ time, and you can tell that the rest of the world who are not on the same page as Brazil is where time zones are concerned have already made the necessary adjustments to check out one of the world’s most spectacular sporting agendas that comes by once every four years. Folks living in London who would like to keep track of football scores during the World Cup need not fret if they’re taking the London Underground as part of their commute, since the latest scores will be displayed.
Transport for London, who happens to be London’s transit authority, has come to an agreement with global football website ESPNFC in order to deliver the likes of news, results and scores to the London Underground’s train departure boards. This would affect more than 140 stations in total, allowing commuters to be on the ball where each minute of the World Cup is concerned.
The entire range of stations across the whole Central, Northern, Bakerloo and Jubilee Lines will feature such updates on the train departure information on their platforms, while there will also be another 400 service update boards thereabouts which will also deliver the latest World Cup scores.